It’s all about the remixes this week
BBC Radio Oxford joins BBC Radio 5 live.
Can the Briacines win against new contenders “Team Against Breast Cancer Jiveathon”?.
Sophie hears how faith can help people with autism + finds out about Oxford's Eid events.
With music from Ray Davies, Boz Scaggs + this week’s UK No.1s from 1961, 1971 & 1981.
Tim chats to Stefanie Powers, Mica Paris and Norman Pace.
Ali Jones sits in. Oxfordshire's news, sport and essential information in one place.
The Blue Boar take on Lilley's Pub Quiz + how Cherwell Theatre helps young film directors.
For Foodie Friday, Kat finds out whats on the menu at Scandinavian restaurant KuPP.
Watch James from Alphabet Backwards playing Vice, live in session.
Could you help The Didcot Volunteer Centre Transport Scheme take people to hospital?
Can you help at Cowley Road Carnival by becoming a volunteer for a few hours on 1st July?
Can you help Chalgrove Brass Band who need new players to revive their village tradition?
Watch Rosie Caldecott playing Underground, live in session.
Can you help The Thame Players put on shows by making sets, or doing lighting and sound?
Could you volunteer with ARCh to help primary school children develop a love of reading?
Danny has the latest on the World Cup, Le Mans champ Derek Bell + Tug of War in Grove!
Dave's joined by James from Alphabet Backwards for a chat and live session.
Phil Kennedy sits in, talking outdoor swimming, kite ballet, tug of war + asthma research.
David updates you on the Be Free Young Carers charity + 10 years of Westmill Windfarm.
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